After watching the new Jose Escamilla film, I find myself intrigued at one of his observations. Normally his take on towers and objects, brightly coloured Moon etc. is just nonsense, but this one - well what do you think?
The video is found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=O6ggirhnTm4
At 10minutes 48 seconds he presents this observation. Here is a screenshot of it taken from Lobachevsky crater on image AS17-150-23085
Here is the other picture he uses:
ETA: NASA have labelled as16-121-19407 as Lobachevsky on that website just above, but on other references, they label it as Guyot. I suspect it is the latter.
So, what is that?